Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) released the results of a DNA test that showed she may have Native-American ancestry that dates back between 6-10 generations ago.

She shared the results of her DNA test with the Boston Globe. The test was conducted by a Stanford researcher. “The results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor,” the Stanford researcher said, while adding that the Indian ancestor was likely in her genealogy “in the range of 6-10 generations ago.”

According to the DNA test results, she falls somewhere between 1/32nd and 1/512th Native American. Warren has taken to Twitter with hopes of this getting Trump to donate his promised $1 million to a charity of her choice.

Later on the Boston Globe clarified “due to a math error, a story about Elizabeth Warren misstated the ancestry percentage of a potential 10th generation relative. It should be 1/1,024.”

Warren has long claimed she has a Native American ancestry. She has even went as far as submitting recipes to a cookbook that features Native American cuisine.

She was featured as a "minority" professor with Harvard Law School in the 1990's. She self-listed herself as a Native American in the directory.

Warren claimed "Cherokee" heritage when she submitted a recipe to a Native American cookbook.

While campaigning against Scott Brown in 2012, questions were raised about whether or not she had evidence as to whether or not she is an Indian. “As a kid, I never asked my mom for documentation when she talked about our Native American heritage. What kid would? But I knew my father’s family didn’t like that she was part Cherokee and part Delaware, so my parents had to elope,” Warren said in defense of herself.

Also in 2012 Warren pointed out a feature of her grandfather that made it clear he as an Indian. Warren's aunt claimed multiple times that her grandfather "had high cheek bones like all of the Indians do."

On Monday President Trump was leaving the White House to go check out the damage done by Hurricane Michael. Before leaving he was asked about Elizabeth Warren's DNA test.

"Who cares?" Trump replied.

It was brought up about whether or not Trump would honor the $1 million donation pledge he made if she was Indian. Trump replied, “I didn’t say that. You better read it again.”

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